International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 18 (3):149 - 152 (1985)
|Abstract||This paper is a criticism of Plantinga’s analysis of a version of the ontological argument. He thinks it is obvious that his version is valid and that the only question of interest is whether a key premise is true. The paper lays out two relevant semantical accounts of modal logic. It contends that Plantinga needs to show that one is preferable to the other.|
|Keywords||ontological argument Plantinga semantical accounts of modal logic|
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